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A hapless store clerk must foil criminals to save the life of the man who, miniaturized in a secret experiment, was accidentally injected into him.

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Lt. Tuck Pendleton
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Jack Putter
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Lydia Maxwell
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Victor Eugene Scrimshaw
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Dr. Margaret Canker
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Mr. Igoe
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The Cowboy
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Wendy
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Pete Blanchard
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Dr. Greenbush
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Mr. Wormwood
John Hora ...
Ozzie Wexler
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Dr. Niles
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Lydia's Editor
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Duane
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Dream Lady
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Messenger
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Cab Driver
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Man in Restroom (as Ken Tobey)
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Waiting Room Patient
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Waiting Room Patient
Jason Laskay ...
Scrimshaw's Henchman
Frank Miller ...
Scrimshaw's Henchman
Shawn Nelson ...
Wendell
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Lab Technician
Alexandra Borrie ...
Lab Technician
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Lab Technician
Robert Gounley ...
Lab Technician
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Rusty
Mike Garibaldi ...
Cop
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Cop
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Travel Agent
Robert Neches ...
Lab Guard
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Supermarket Customer
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Supermarket Customer
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Supermarket Customer
Kurt Braunreiter ...
Lab Assault Henchman
Robert Gray ...
Lab Assault Henchman
Brewster Sears ...
Lab Assault Henchman
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Man with Camera
Jeffrey Boam ...
Lydia's Interviewee
Sydne Squire ...
Stewardess
Paul Barselou ...
Man on Plane
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Man in Elevator
Jordan Benjamin ...
Little Kid in Mall
Roberto Ramirez ...
Chef
Virginia Boyle ...
Shopping Lady
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Camera Store Clerk
John Harwood ...
Lab Henchman
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Pod Computer (voice)
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Speaker at Banquet
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Vectorscope Employee (uncredited)
Lorenzo Gaspar ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Arthur Kane ...
Plane Passenger (uncredited)
Paul McMichael ...
Young child in mall (uncredited)
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Woman outside Dancing Club (uncredited)
James Vandervort ...
Man Dancing in Club (uncredited)

Directed by

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Joe Dante

Written by

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Chip Proser ... (story)
 
Jeffrey Boam ... (screenplay) and
Chip Proser ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Michael Finnell ... producer
Peter Guber ... executive producer
Kathleen Kennedy ... co-executive producer
Frank Marshall ... co-executive producer
Jon Peters ... executive producer
Chip Proser ... co-producer
Steven Spielberg ... executive producer

Music by

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Jerry Goldsmith

Cinematography by

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Andrew Laszlo ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Kent Beyda

Editorial Department

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Alan Baumgarten ... assistant editor
Mark Goldblatt ... additional editor
Terry Haggar ... color timer
Jean Morrisey ... assistant editor
Hilarie Roope ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Jane Feinberg
Mike Fenton
Judy Taylor

Production Design by

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James H. Spencer

Art Direction by

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William F. Matthews ... (as William Matthews)

Set Decoration by

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Richard C. Goddard

Costume Design by

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Rosanna Norton

Makeup Department

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Stephen Abrums ... makeup artist (as Steve Abrums)
Rob Bottin ... special makeup effects designer and creator
Barbara Lorenz ... hair stylist
John Rizzo ... makeup artist
Joy Zapata ... hair stylist

Production Management

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John C. Broderick ... unit production manager (as John Broderick)
Sheridan Dar Reid ... unit production manager: second unit (as Sheridan 'Dar' Reid)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Robert Del Valle ... first assistant director: second unit
Carol Green ... first assistant director: second unit / second assistant director
Pat Kehoe ... first assistant director
Glenn Randall Jr. ... second unit director
Eric Wall ... second second assistant director
Lope Yap Jr. ... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)

Art Department

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Henry Alvarez ... sculptor
Judy Cammer ... set designer
Ronnie Chambers ... lead man
Bruce E. Kasson ... assistant property master (as Bruce Kasson)
Dick Lasley ... production illustrator (as Richard Lasley)
Michael Muscarella ... construction coordinator
David J. Negron ... production illustrator (as David Negron)
Gene Nollman ... set designer
Craig Raiche ... property master
John Schacht ... lead man
John Alvin ... poster artist (uncredited)
John Eaves ... model maker (uncredited) / propmaker (uncredited)
Jim Pohl ... set designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Wayne Allwine ... sound editor
Teresa Eckton ... sound editor
Christopher Flick ... assistant sound editor
Warren Hamilton Jr. ... sound editor
Ken King ... production sound mixer
Robert J. Litt ... re-recording mixer
Mark A. Mangini ... supervising sound editor (as Mark Mangini)
Steve Maslow ... re-recording mixer
James Matheny ... sound editor
Sonny Pettijohn ... assistant sound editor
John Pospisil ... sound editor
Stephen Purvis ... adr editor (as Steve Purvis)
John Roesch ... foley artist
Joan Rowe ... foley artist
David Schneider ... cable person
Solange S. Schwalbe ... foley editor (as Solange Schwalbe)
Elliot Tyson ... re-recording mixer
Douglas Vaughan ... boom operator
David Williams ... foley editor
Walter A. Gest ... sound re-recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Al Broussard ... special effects (as Alfred Broussard)
Mike Edmonson ... special effects foreman (as Michael Edmonson)
James Fredburg ... special effects foreman
Mike Paris ... special effects
Joseph C. Sasgen ... special effects (as Joe Sasgen)
David Wood ... special effects
Michael Wood ... special effects supervisor
Gary D. Bierend ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Rick Anderson ... model maker: ILM
Carl Assmus ... stage technician: ILM
Gordon Baker ... effects animator: ILM
Tom Bertino ... rotoscope technician: ILM
Barbara Brennan ... rotoscope technician: ILM
Jo Carson ... assistant cameraperson: ILM
Sean M. Casey ... sculptor: ILM (as Sean Casey)
Eric Christensen ... model maker: ILM
Blair Clark ... puppeteer: ILM
Gordon Clark ... effects animator: ILM
Walt Conti ... modelshop project chief: ILM (as Walter Conti)
Jeff Doran ... optical camera operator: ILM (as Jeffrey L. Doran)
Don Dow ... visual effects cameraman: ILM
Chrissie England ... production supervisor: ILM
Chuck Eyler ... effects animator: ILM
John V. Fante ... first unit effects cameraman: ILM
Pat Fitzsimmons ... stage manager: ILM (as Patrick Fitzsimmons)
Warren Franklin ... general manager: ILM
Bill George ... model shop supervisor: ILM
Ned Gorman ... visual effects manager: ILM
Cris Hammond ... modelshop project chief: ILM
Robert Hill ... assistant cameraperson: ILM
Edward Hirsh ... stage manager: ILM (as Edward Hirsch)
Jonathan Horton ... sculptor: ILM
Tony Hudson ... sculptor: ILM
Brad Jerrell ... stage technician: ILM
Harley Jessup ... visual effects art director: ILM
Ira Keeler ... model maker: ILM
John Knoll ... animation camera operator: ILM
Pete Kozachik ... visual effects cameraman: ILM (as Peter Kozachik)
James Lim ... optical camera operator: ILM
Caren Marinoff-Montante ... visual effects coordinator
Kim Marks ... visual effects cameraman: ILM
Roberto McGrath ... still photographer: ILM
Scott McNamara ... model maker: ILM
Richard Miller ... sculptor: ILM
Craig Mohagen ... stage technician: ILM
Michael Moore ... visual effects editor: ILM (as Michael S. Moore)
Deborah Morgan ... assistant cameraperson: ILM (as Deborah M. Morgan)
Claudia Mullaly ... sculptor: ILM
Dennis Muren ... visual effects supervisor
Kerry Nordquist ... still photographer: ILM
Buck O'Hare ... stage technician: ILM
Michael Olague ... stage technician: ILM
Ease Owyeung ... modelshop project chief: ILM
Thomas Rosseter ... assistant cameraperson: ILM (as Tom Rosseter)
Wesley Seeds ... sculptor: ILM
Kenneth Smith ... optical supervisor: ILM
Larry Tan ... modelshop project chief: ILM
Rich Townsend ... model maker: ILM
Richard Vander Wende ... conceptual designer: ILM
Harry Walton ... visual effects cameraman/go-motion animator: ILM
Christopher Duddy ... visual effects (uncredited)
Timothy Eaton ... assistant visual effects editor: ILM (uncredited)
Steve Gawley ... model maker (uncredited)
Ellen Lichtwardt Goodchild ... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Juniko Moody ... visual effects (uncredited)
Mark Setrakian ... model maker (uncredited)

Stunts

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Bruce Paul Barbour ... stunts (as Bruce Barbour)
Simone Boisseree ... stunts
Russell Dean Bollinger ... stunts
Corey Michael Eubanks ... stunts (as Corey Eubanks)
Dean Raphael Ferrandini ... stunts (as Dean Ferrandini)
Robin Grathwol ... stunts
Clifford Happy ... stunts (as Cliff Happy)
Gene Hartline ... stunts
John Hateley ... stunts
Kent Hays ... stunts
Mike Johnson ... stunts
Joel Kramer ... stunts
Julius LeFlore ... stunts
Bill McIntosh ... stunts
Bill Orsini ... stunts (as Billy Orsini)
Jeff Ramsey ... stunts
Glenn Randall Jr. ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Raphael Rey Gomez ... stunts
Greg Walker ... stunts
Rock A. Walker ... stunts
Dick Warlock ... stunts (as Richard Warlock)
Richard Washington ... stunts
Webster Whinery ... stunts
Jack Williams ... stunts
Cindy Wills ... stunts (as Cindy Wills Hartline)
Al Wyatt Sr. ... stunts
Steven Lambert ... stunt double: Martin Short (uncredited)
Anthony Muto Jr. ... stunt driver (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Wayne Baker ... first assistant camera: second unit
Larry Barbier ... still photographer
Timothy Brennan ... dolly grip
Rudy Cruz ... best boy grip
R. Michael De Chellis ... electrical best boy (as Michael De Chellis)
Gene Glick ... gaffer: second unit
Ray Kinzer ... key grip
Jeffrey Laszlo ... camera operator
Ned Martin ... second assistant camera
Stan McClain ... camera operator: second unit
Jim Plannette ... gaffer (as James Plannette)
Douglas Ryan ... camera operator: second unit (as Doug Ryan)
Glenn K. Shimada ... first assistant camera (as Glenn Shimada)
Philip Sloan ... key grip: second unit
Joseph A. Unsinn ... video technician (as Joe Unsinn III)
Lynda Vincent ... second assistant camera
David Worth ... director of photography: second unit
Adam Glick ... set lighting technician (uncredited)
Randy Jonsson ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Michael Douglas Middleton ... still photographer: props (uncredited)
Peter Santoro ... first assistant camera (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Victoria J. Auth ... wardrobe (as Victoria Auth)
Chuck Velasco ... costume supervisor (as Charles Velasco)

Location Management

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Steph Benseman ... location manager
Paul Hargrave ... assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bruce Botnick ... music recording mixer
Kenneth Hall ... music editor
Arthur Morton ... orchestrator
Bruce Robb ... music engineer: theme song / music mixer: theme song / music producer: theme song
Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist (uncredited)
Greg Fulginiti ... music engineer (uncredited)
Vladimir Horunzhy ... musician (uncredited) / orchestrator (uncredited)
Norman Ludwin ... bass (uncredited) / musician (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: French horn (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Marlo Hellerstein ... transportation captain
David Marder ... transportation coordinator
Anthony Muto Jr. ... picture vehicles (uncredited)

Other crew

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Peggy Biocini ... script supervisor: second unit
Ronald Booner ... craft service
Wayne Fitzgerald ... title designer
Scot Holton ... unit publicist
Scot J. Kelly ... production runner (as Scot Kelly)
Gentry Lee ... technical advisor
Kool Marder ... production secretary (as Kool Lusby-Marder)
Lisa Miller ... production runner
Mark Miller ... production runner
Betty Moos ... assistant: Mr. Dante and Mr. Finnell
Jaime Moriguchi ... medical advisor
Julie Moskowitz ... assistant: Mr. Spielberg
Richard Murken ... production runner (as Rick Murken)
David Oliver Pfeil ... title designer (as David Oliver)
Peggy Rosson ... production accountant
Scott Shapiro ... production runner
P.R. Tooke ... script supervisor: second unit (as Patricia Tooke)
Anne Warner ... script supervisor
Mady Manson Burza ... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Bundy Chanock ... set medic (uncredited)
Blair Clark ... machinist (uncredited)
L. James Langlois ... production assistant (uncredited)
David Oliver Pfeil ... title cinematographer (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Tuck Pendleton is a cocky pilot, who is taking part in a miniaturization experiment. When some bad guys break into the lab to steal the technology, one of the scientists takes a syringe which contains the miniaturized Tuck and vessel. Now in the vessel is part of the material needed to restore him. But the other part which is the lab is stolen. The scientist's shot but before dying he injects Tuck into Jack Putter, a hypochondriac, who feels that something is wrong with him all the time. When Tuck links himself to Jack's systems, he discovers that something happened. So they go back to the lab, and discover what happened. Now they are told that unless they retrieve the material that was stolen they won't be able to restore Tuck before his oxygen is depleted. Now the government rep decides that the only thing that matters that as long as they have the other half of the material, it is useless to the thieves. So Tuck eggs Jack to go out and find the thieves. They enlist the aid of Tuck's old girlfriend, Lydia, who is a reporter. And it's fortunate for them that she has a lead that pans out. Written by

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Taglines This summer take a trip you'll never forget. See more »
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Also Known As
  • L'aventure intérieure (France)
  • Die Reise ins Ich (Germany)
  • El xip prodigiós (Spain, Catalan title)
  • El chip prodigioso (Spain)
  • Vidine erdve (Lithuania)
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Runtime
  • 120 min
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Box Office

Budget $27,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $4,739,000, 05 Jul 1987

Did You Know?

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Trivia This is the only film directed by Joe Dante to win an Academy Award. It won the Best Visual Effects award. See more »
Goofs When Jack looks in the mirror to make his face visible on Tuck's monitor, the resulting image should be "flipped" to represent his reflection. When compared to his non-reflected image, the part in Jack's hair never changes sides. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Twistin' the Night Away See more »
Crazy Credits The Special Effects credit at the end of the movie states "Mr Short's Interiors by Industrial Light and Magic". See more »
Quotes Lt. Tuck Pendleton: We're gonna drink this one to Ozzie. A good man who tried to save my ass by injecting me into yours.
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